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late last night behind the hamilton center school. we're live in northeast washington with the latest. >> smoke and flames brought authorities to hamilton school in northeast washington. they found the burning taxicab and body and a mystery as to why the cab was back there. it was business as usual at hamilton school today but last night in a fenced in area school parking lot. a lincoln taxicab crashed into a ditch and burst into flames. the removed an unidentified dead man from the vehicle. the crash burned trees around this fence between hamilton school on one side and dormitories at gheit @ -- gallaudet university for the deaf. so far no identification of the victim. we have asked members of the large taxicab community if they have heard of anyone missing. neither the commission are companies like this one that uses lincoln's has. a you concern? >> we are. we cannot know until we have the information. >> school staffers told us that after hours, the parking lot is a hangout for homeless people and the scene of illicit activity. area residents agree. >> people come and come back in
obama becomes a first- inning president to visit burma. but >> lewis hamilton wins the u.s. grand prix. >> ban ki moon has arrived in cairo in support of the cease- fire between israel and hamas. >> the exiled leader of hamas says they must take the first up a bit want the truce in israel. they will consider a cease-fire in israel and their attacks and the siege of gaza. >> israel has bombed building and at least 90 people have been killed and some 700 wounded since the air strikes began. >> the bombardment of gaza continues. israeli defense forces are picking targets they say it are connected to palestinian militants. the billionaire also among the latest casualties. across the border in israel, ground troops are massing in preparations for a possible invasion. israel has no mobilize and 40,000 reservists. elsewhere, diplomats are attempting to broker a ceasefire. in jerusalem, middle east peace envoy tony blair met with perez to stop the rocket attacks. >> it is clear we do not have any ambition to gain an advantage but we just want to stop the fire. >> more than 1000 rockets have be
you. it's been a very wet, cold day. chilly weather brought snow in mount hamilton in the south bay. one inch of snow fell at the 4,000 foot elevation level. workers say this could lead to the closure of roads leading up to the summit. sÑ 4mz spotted in lower ol pictures sent to you reports!$0 by a fewer, high sierra they saw real impact from the storm. a foot snafl of snow fell overnight this, is a look at highway 50 sanlda patel has a look at how long the weather might last. >> a little bit longer. it is happening. this is a time we take1uq+ bragging rights here, we call for the possibility and snow here in local peaks. we've gotten it. we have now just start to see showers developing around the area. this is very light returns here. and i'll show you what it looks like. it's been snowing in parts of the bay area. take a look here, i'm slowing it down. you can see mount hamilton area, pink indicating a mix of rain and snow. they've seen snow already down towards monterey bay, we're seeing snow. we have snow in mountains north of lake county. and this has been going on since last
we'll show you where we are seeing the moisture. this is the mount hamilton area where you are seeing a mix precipitation. this is the mount hamilton area, and they are picking up the mix precipitation as we pan around to other parts of the bay area. some snow being reported near the big sur mountains and mixing in with rain. your temperatures are going down 6 degrees shy of freezing in santa rosa where it is 38 degrees. that make sense. the north bay valley and mountains from 2:00 a.m. and salinas valley covered by that. low to mid30s in the coldest inland valleys. sensitive plants may be damaged. i'll be back with a full look at your weekend forecast to let you know when you can put your umbrellas away and thaw out. >>> 5* quiet neighborhood was rattled by murder. a woman was found dead in her home and police are looking for her husband, troy edward dasi nzo. and now the latest on this developing investigation. >> neighbors have been coming by this makeshift memorial all night. they say huey is a pretty -- they say he is a pretty mellow guy. but they are looking at what happened bet
hamilton county. cincinnati is part of hamilton county. cincinnati is predominantly, a major black, but the area around cincinnati is white and it had been 40 years since any linden johnson, since any president had won hamilton county. that is the key county: the president doesn't do as well as the republican in rural counties but he cut into some of those margins. the key for him is cuyahoga, which is cleveland. he has to come out of there about 300,000 votes to make up for the rest of the state. >> fox 5 political analyst, mark, we thank you for your time tonight. >>> coming up on the 20-minute mark, brian, the polls will close in the commonwealth of virginia . >>> there are several big issues on the ballot in maryland. question four, maryland's version of the dream act. question six, the civil marriage action and the gambling expansion referendum. lauren demarco is live at a polling station. they close at 8:00 there. how's the last-minute turnout? >> reporter: it was busy. folks got off of work and in is looks like the line is moving inside in laurel here, they have 2800 eligibl
in politics by alexander hamilton of whom jefferson responded after saying that they were daily pitted in the cabinet like two cocks constantly at each other. >> jon: sure. (laughter) that will happen in a cabinet. (laughter) >> pressing on -- >> jon: please. (laughter) am i soiling your pulitzer. (laughter) i'm getting a little tarnish on your pulitzer. >> please don't say "soil." (laughter) as a favor. >> jon: you give as good as you get there. >> as a favor, baby. and then skwrofr son responded by saying he declined to have his reputation slandered by a man for whom history from the moment history could stoop to notice him-- with hamilton, who was an illegitimate child-- had not only received his -- received him into the country but had heaped his honors on his head. and all that hamilton had done to repay for this was to issue a tissue of machinations against the liberty of the country. >> jon: wow! >> so it was fun. i know that we think -- >> the snaps that these guys delivered! (laughter) on each other. >> it was good. >> jon: they were at such a level. such a -- they were olympi
cleared, good news. san jose southbound 17 past hamilton overturn blocking right lane there. bart, muni, caltrain, all mass transit on time. waze app the free traffic app, highway 80 to the bay bridge highway 24 looks like a stopped car on the shoulder reported. great app to help you maneuver around if you you are headed out for your commute it is available free on the app store and google play. >>> 6:02. you have spoken, president obama is waking up this morning having secured a second four year term as commander in chief. women, young voters and minors helped lead him to victory. spoke to the nation last night in chicago. president whether i earned your vote or not. i have listened to you i have learned from you and you have made me a better president. >> following his remarks first lady and daughters joined the president on stage with vice president biden and his wife. mitt romney conceded last night before the president's spoke. he backed on to the take in boston alone and thanks his supporters and voters. stay with the abc7 morning news coming up, we go live to chicago for a wrap o
what happens in hamilton county, cincinnati. neil: uprising. that went to barack about 04 years ago and shocked everyone and made the race of a point. >> again, we are watching. this governor battling hard against what are some extraordinarily difficult empirical realities and economic realities, and that is, the dependence, the culture of dependency, and denied using this as a pejorative but a statement of fact. these states, nearly every one of these battleground states, the true battleground states heart so permeated with federal programs and dependency on federal programs, we can talk about pennsylvania. we were talking with bent pins. oh, yes. energy will be a big deal. energy, well, i better rephrase what i was about to say. energy does not amount to much. and the fact of the matter is those federal entitlement programs amount to a great deal. we have to have an understanding , a realistic understanding of the part of the republican party about the power of that. there is no question that the democratic party understands it. as much as the republicans and conservatives may hav
, probably we'll be looking at hamilton county, which is a cincinnati suburb. barack obama was the first democrat to carry hamilton county since 1964. he doesn't need to win hamilton county by the margin he won in 2008. barack obama was the first democrat since '64 to carry hamilton county. if the president gets close to his margin in 2008, even if he carries hamilton narrowly, that will be a good sign for the president's prospects in ohio. >> what about virginia? what's the county to watch? >> i think the hot counties are probably -- everyone knows the inner d.c. suburbs, arlington. but it's the next ring of counties beyond those d.c. metro areas. loudoun and prince william. counties that barack obama won pretty much close to a statewide margin in 2008. if the president gets close to his 2008 margins in those counties, that's a good sign for the president winning virginia. >> and hillsborough county in the tampa area of florida, how pivotal is this and a good indicator for the state? >> funny enough, we're picking counties that comport to the statewide vote. hillsborough is in the tampa
integrates the idea that the lower branches democratic in the upper bridge more aristocratic in hamilton's words of our branch will branch will represent the mass of the people and the rich and well born. these two groups are kind of conflicted with each other, so the checks and and balances between them. and also with mm political squabbles. they want to have somebody to send above all that. a nonpartisan who is somehow immune and two other kind of political hanky-panky that goes along. so that's why they insist that it has to be free. you cannot be chosen by congress and particularly they can get rid of them at any moment. morris says you have to look at the whole picture here. all these issues are connected. if congress chooses the president, that's why you have to have a one term president because it is chosen by congress and congress gets to read shoes and reaches, the president in order to stay in office has to court congress. so you have to have a nonrepeatable president. either way, i'm using the word president a little prematurely. they'll come on august 6. so if it's nonrepeata
on hamilton, better chance tonight. the low is coming towards us, as it does, it is going to kickoff more showers and thunderstorms. this low is the break from this morning into the early afternoon. cool temperatures, mainly 40s through 7:00, partly cloudy low to mid 50s noon showers back by 4:00 especially during the evening look how chilly upper 40s to 50 for evening. saturday, sunday, monday, drying trend, back into the 60s by monday away from the coast. >>> good morning. wet roads the culprit this morning give yourself extra time, bay bridge a little busy, no delays into san francisco, no metering lights there. wet roads on the san mateo bridge, headlights headed eastbound towards hayward tail lights towards foster city, clear, san jose northbound 87 past hp pavillion, light, wet. can't stress to take your time, flooding westbound 580 north livermore that accident cleared out of lanes. start starting to slow a little out of central valley up and over the altamont pass. accident southbound 80 ramp to 280 in san jose not blocking lanes off to the right. >>> folks watch that flooding esp
to back victories here in hamilton county. he won here in hamilton county 51% to 46% for a romney making it it third time they selected a democrat in a presidential election. the president had an early edge due to early voting. early on last night with 19% of the votes reported here, obama was up nearly 57% over mitt romney's 42%. and, of course, it did all come down to ohio. president obama surpassed the 270 electoral votes with the victory here in the buckeye state. >> reporter: i am in cleveland and we were ready for an all nighter but didn't need it. ohio was called for the president before midnight. now both campaigns spent major time and money here in northeast ohio and around the state for that matter. but in the end just like four years ago, the president took the state 18 electoral votes. you know why that is, too. thanks to associated press exit polls you know the president's bail out of the auto industry had something to do with it as well as backing from unions and blue color workers here in the buckeye state. another interesting fact 7 in 10 people still think the economy is
to be cctholic." viiee of the homily was taken declined comment to us, as rence well.joseph hamilton, st. vvncent de paul parishoner: 10.42 "i had no idea whattthe &pi figured it'd be something." maureen daley, st. viicent de paul parishoner: .17 "it was a kind, compassionate, thoughtful and baltimorees archbishop wrote an open letter addressing the permon.he wrote, "preaching the word of god requiies subordinntion of personal views..." archbishop william lori ccnttnued, "thhs was my as ittis he promise of every priest at his ordination."sara kelley, gay catholic: 14.55 "the hierarchh or aal i care-- they're never going to suppoot this, i don't think. at leest millioos of dollars have bbenn spent on bbth sides.(white opposiiion coming from faith-based groups.(nat of 'no on 6' ad)parishoners at st. &pviicenttde paul stood in support of father lawrencc sunday morning.joseph hamilton, st. vincent de paul &pparishoner::9.36 "that process of going beyond your that's very moving."jim ater, gillece,,st. vvncent deepaul parishoner: 4.42 "it's great to see that we can still be catholics and maintain h
as a world-class city with world-class art and culture. for more information, visit ♪ >> welcome to hamilton recreation and aquatics center. it is the only facility that has an integrated swimming pool and recreation center combined. we have to pools, the city's water slide, for little kids and those of you that are more daring and want to try the rockslide, we have a drop slide. >> exercises for everybody. hi have a great time. the ladies and guys that come, it is for the community and we really make it fun. people think it is only for those that play basketball or swim. >> i have been coming to the pool for a long time now. it is nice, they are sweet. >> in the aquatics center, they are very committed to combining for people in san francisco. and also ensuring that they have public safety. >> there are a lot of different personalities that come through here and it makes it very exciting all the time. they, their family or teach their kids have a swim. >> of the gem is fantastic, there is an incredible program going on there, both of my girls have learned to swim there. it is a fantastic pl
there right now. here is san jose, this is live storm tracker 2 up around mount hamilton we have rain showers. the main showers have moved to the south. we're going to start to dry out. with that said temperatures are going to cool off. they were mild today. these were the daytime highs. 57 in livermores highs tomorrow will be milder. the story going forward is how cool it's going to be or cold it's going to be overnight tonight. as we go into tomorrow, temperatures are going to warm but not much. mostly in the 50s and very low 60s. those are the green areas, low 60s and upper 50s. cool day tomorrow. overnight lows though freezing. when we come back we'll talk all about that. we'll look at saturday and sunday. and in the five day forecast a chance for more showers i'll see you back here. >>> fans of the twilight saga are already camping out for next week's premier of the final film. hundreds of so called twihart set up tents. they're camping out for a chance to see the stars of the film arrive for the premier on monday of breaking dawn part 2. organizers say they expect more than 2,000 people
the moisture. this is the mount hamilton area where you are seeing a mix precipitation. this is the mount hamilton area, and they are picking up the mix precipitation as we pan around to other parts of the bay area. some snow being reported near the big sur mountains and mixing in with rain. your temperatures are going down 6 degrees shy of freezing in santa rosa where it is 38 degrees. that makes sense. the north bay valley and mountains from 2:00 a.m. and salinas valley covered by that. low to mid30s in the coldest inland valleys. sensitive plants may be damaged. i'll be back with a full look at your weekend forecast to let you know when you can put your umbrellas away and thaw out. >>> 5* quiet neighborhood was rattled by murder. a woman was found dead in her home and police are looking for her husband, troy edward dasi nzo. and now the latest on this developing investigation. >> neighbors have been coming by this makeshift memorial all night. they say huey is a pretty -- they say he is a pretty mellow guy. but they are looking at what happened between he and his wife and how she ended
. hinrich left the game in the second quarter, a hip injury, did not return. rip hamilton finds joakim noah and he gets the jam. jo had 17. then the three-pointers began to fall as hamilton, he drains it, gives the bulls a 4-point lead right there. hamilton had 12. but the best was yet to come from marco belinelli. he had a pair of three's in the fourth quarter. the bulls win it 87-80. they were 6 from 13 from behind the arc that's 26%. the bulls, 4-2. >> our bench was ready, i thought they came in, they gave us a big lift and every night, there will be someone different. you know, we have to do it collectively, we've got to make the ball move, we have to make bodies move, then we've got to get stops and we have to rebound. >> meantime college hoops, mike barea of notre dame got a stiff test. jack cooley led the way for the irish. cooley had 19. the irish would break the press on this play as scott martin makes his only basket of the game, a big one. he was 1 for 6 an easy one there. notre dame wins it by a score
was held middle school students at a charter school in hamilton have been studying the issues and debating and then voting. when the ballots were counted president obama won by a landslide. >> because it's the future because it involves us and because our parents make a decision but at the end of the day it affects of the students supported same sex marriage which is question 6 but it came to expanded gambling, the kids were actually evenly split 51% for question 7 and 79% against it. >>> election day is considered a city holiday. that means trash and recycling will not be collected today. saturday november 10th is the makeup days for the areas regularly scheduled for tuesday. and there will be no street sweeping. parking meters as you would guess are in effect. >>> 6:33 right now. and police are hoping that you can help them identify somebody who was caught robbing a bank. they have a picture and we will share it. they are looking for this guy. they say he robbed the bb and t bank on bel air road in fallston yesterday morning. you can see the guy dressed as construction worker who got awa
at really early and say, it gives me a sense about the night has gone. >> hamilton county, ohio, cincinnati, where four years ago, president obama was the first democrat in a long time to win the state -- hamilton county. if he is doing well there, or wins hamilton county, i think he likely wins ohio. so that is one place i'll be looking for. >> chris: karl, your sense of how long a night it will be and also, give me a place you will be looking. you'll be with me at our cowboys desk. what will you be looking at early. >> i'll be looking at the early states to see the difference between, say indiana and virginia with where -- and ken take where the president was four years ago and where he is today but i think jeff is absolutely right. i'll look not only at hamilton but, also, then -- >> in ohio. >> -- ohio and clairmount, warren, butler and, the more rural counties in the state and, the ex-urban counties, around cleveland and columbus to find out. >> chris: joe. >> ohio will be everything and whoever wins ohio is going to win the thing, i think we'll actually have indications from hamilton
, hamilton. those would probably be the top four. c-span: what were their relationships with women? >> guest: well, jefferson is probably the one whose relationships with women are--his are most thoroughly documented. he had a--his wife died when he was young, and he had very close relationships with his daughters, with whom he exchanged a voluminous correspondence, which is now all published. and he had a great interest in their well-being and that their education, that they married well and so on. so yeah, he's certainly someone who deserves a--you know, whose writing on this is--has--is one of the most important sources. c-span: one of the things i noted is you mentioned abigail adams, john adams' wife. and i wanted to ask you what's in the famous 'remember the ladies' to her husband--letter or what was that? >> guest: letter, yes. c-span: and why did you use that here? >> guest: well, this is a letter where she writes to john adams right at the moment of the declaration of ince. and she says, 'please, when you make your new laws for this new country, remember the ladies, and don't allow
and hamilton. he believed that you could talk about tomorrow in a way that would inspire people and push them ahead. slavery was something that because it made his own life possible in so many ways he simply could not find a way to marshall the political will to reform the institution. so he gave up. and my view of the moral utility of history, a rather grand phrase after schoolhouse rock is is that instead of feeling self-righteous in retrospect, we could use the failings of the past to inform our own moral antenna for our own age and make sure that posterity doesn't have a lot to criticize us for. >> i wonder, john, are we aware enough, are people today aware enough of the failings of a jefferson and george washington and any of the founding fathers because we grow up and lionize the founding fathers. especially in the tea party era people show up as their favorite founding fathers. do we grapple enough with their shortcomin shortcomings? >> are you suggesting there's anything odd about dressing like finding father? no, i think part of the reason i do what i do and when i do these books is
in an electoral college format. david: by the way, hamilton county, the most important county, if so goes, if as goes ohio, so goes the nation, hamilton county is even more of that. >> well, those of us who study ohio which i've been a lot of time in ohio, hamilton county by its demographic should be largely democratic. it's, it's overweighted to people of color. it's, more of a blue-collar state. timkin roller bearings are --. david: but in 2004. >> in 2004 the economy in hamilton county wasn't so bad we saw george w. win. in '08, i think the three of us would have beaten mccain in hamilton county. i didn't run. i didn't run. david: some way day you will. >> no. i keep coming on the show. david: tomorrow night you will be here. >> my nerves can't stand it. i sit home alone on the couch with my dogs and watch alone. liz: we'll call you. we'll e-mail. leo hindery. at&t broadband under his belt. tci. big businessman. how he feels. david: thanks, leo. as we've been telling you for weeks coal stocks have been popping directly to mitt romney in the campaign, but could all energy stocks do well
moved on land. take a look at this east of san jose over the mount hamilton area. mixed precipitation because the air is really cold so some snow mixing in with some of the precipitation there. farther south down in the big sur mountains down near soledad and greenfield you can see a little bit of snow in the higher elevation there. showers down below and offshore pocket of shower activity a lot of cold air coming our way right now temperatures drop to the 40's in many locations around the bay area. we'll see low 30's in some spots before this night is over. frost advisory in effect for the north bay valley and mountains and the southern valley 2 to 8:00 a.m. see low temperatures in the mid 30's. low to mid 30's. sensitive plants may damaged by the cold. i'll have closer look more details a little bit later. >> thank you. see you shortly. >> oakland city leaders are frantically trying to hold off the appointment of a federal receiver designed to implement reform in the police departmen department. those reforms came out of a settlement in 2003 from the infamous ryder trial you
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at early and say, this gives me a sense in. >> hamilton county, ohio, cincinnati, where four years ago, obottomma was the first in the in a long time to win hamilton. if he is doing well or win there is, i think he likely wins ohio. looking for. >> chris: karl, your sense of how long a night it's going to be? and give me a place you are going to be looking? you are going to be with me back there at our space cowboys desk. what you are looking at? >> i will be looking at the early states to see the difference between indiana and virginia, with where the president was four years ago and where he is today. but i think jeff's absolutely right. i am looking not only at hamilton, but also then-- >>> ohio. >> but also, clair mounted, warren, butler, these counties in southwest ojaio and some of the more rural counties in the state and the ex-urban around cleveland and columbus. >> i think ohio will be everything. i think whoever wins ohio will win t. i think we will have an indication from hamilton and the other counties karl's talked about that we will be looking at with you that will tell u
would watch hamilton county in ohio, the home of cincinnati. this is a county that george bush won in 2004, barack obama in 2008. a pretty good bellwether. if governor romney is winning there, we know he will be very competitive. he has a shot to win ohio and therefore a shot to win the presidency. if president obama is carrying hamilton again, that will be indicative of a good night for the democrats. in virginia, i would keep an eye on their backs county, the big county in northern virginia. home to probably a fifth of the state's residents. president obama should win fairfax, but it is the question of the margin. if governor romney can cut into that margin, he has a good chance to carry the commonwealth. >> do you have your eye on any other specific states? >> ohio and virginia will be very telling. florida has a few counties on the pan and lower the polls do not close until one hour later. as we recall from the famous 2000 presidential elections, it is a cliche, but that interstate 4 corridor is important. keep an eye on hillsboro. like hamilton county in ohio, a good bellwethe
. snow on the peaks of mount hamilton and mount diablo. quite an active storm for early november, and it packed a lot into a small amount of time. and of course, now it's beautiful outside. weather in the bay area just changes just like that. the power came on at 10:26, and we heard people say, this makes you release that you take your power for granted. >> amy, thank you. and the same system is bringing fresh snow to the sierra. up if south lake tahoe. there's snow earlier, and drivers are required to carry chains though, and let's look at the conditions in truckee early this morning. a similar situation on i-80. traffic having to move slowly due to snow and wet roads, so our colder temperatures or showers in the form of rain or snow on the way. mike, wha what do you see. >> the key is on the way, and they're not here right now. that's good news for your lunchtime plans. good morning, here's doppler 7 hd. you see the low humidity and the clouds, and the pertain has stabilized overnight thanks to all of those showers and thunderstorms. here's how much rain we have had. santa rose
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-old matthew hamilton was taken to the hospital for treatment. he does not have to have life- threatening but alcohol believe it is a factor. this was reported women officers got your the of this red pickup truck the dangling of the overpass. it was hanging just by the 2 back tigers. the rescue team used a fire truck and a basket. >> they brought the letter to the door and opened it and cut the seat belt and everything and they brought that-latter. he climbed into the basket and the firefighters helped them. >> that was carole and the called the crane to remove the truck from the overpass. >> at least 42 structures are destroyed after a strip club in massachusetts. at least eight people were injured but amazingly, no one was killed this was shortly after a gas leak was called after a possible leak. they shut off the gas soon after they arrived and the apache with the buildings. it blew up, soon after. >> i could feel the garbage cans and i could even see the windows and i knew where it came from. >> these three buildings are condemned and this city of springfield are setting up a shelter
dangerously? >> and linda hamilton. >> linda hunt. let's focus on linda hamilton. >> you are seriously not an entertainment reporter. >> this is deceptive. you call it a bait and switch. i would call it a nate and switch. i said it so you couldn't say that. >> thank you for taking my line. i had that in my notes. i e-mailed that five hours ago. i do find the story fascinating. i would like my children to resemble me. that was my idea. don't get plastic surgery because if your child grows up a weird feature of yours, well mom is awesome. >> why not when your baby is born immediately have plastic surgery on the baby? why do you have to give up stuff. you brought the kid on the planet. >> you are totally right. >> i wanted to them all to look like robert conrad. >> or behind did a hunt. >> and wild, wild west. >> robert cobmad. >> and made by ross martin and the little midget that later killed himself. >> do you remember michael dunne played the evil midget in wild, eyewitness wild west. i believe it was kenneth brana and guy you are talking about. he was delight. >> michael dunne, played
:00. >> sky 7 hd shows a very light dusting the snow falling on mount hamilton in the south bay. >> an inch of powder fell at 4,000 feet. the on serve tori is bracing for more. >> right now up to 18 inches of snow has fallen this, is a look near donner pass. there is some new video showing aftermath of a second early season storm. it's pretty, actually bringing a foot of new snow. more snow expected over the weekend into mid next week. looks like it's a promising ski season. it opens on november 21. >> here is a live look at heavenly mountain resort. you can see a blanket of snow on the ground. the resorts saw a foot of fresh powder last night. >> and here is what it looked like now from our mount sutro camera. look at this blue. it's beautiful out there. temperatures are going to drop again another cold night. let's check in with our spencer christian with a look at current companies,. >> current conditions brought to us by coldest air mass. here is a look at live doppler 7. you can see shower activity, scattered just a little bit in the land areas and over into the sierra.im let's focus i
some bay area snow. granted it is at mount hamilton right now. but we're tracking the snow, we will let you know how low it gets, dangerous conditions created, cars stuck, even sliding off the roads in some cases. we'll have in five minutes the latest on the snow totals and more on the winter storm warning coming up in ten minutes. >>> and a third person charged with vandalizing a muni bus, the latest to be charged with the vandalism. the bus is worth $75,000. police are still looking for more suspects, this happened on october 29th. >>> tonight we nor moe about the affair that led to petraeus's resignation. the affair was with the west point graduate, who wrote the book "all in" the education of general petraeus. the fbi is investigating her for trying to access his e-mail and gain access to classified information. now, petraeus is not under investigation, but resigned today citing the affair. he has been married for 37 years. >>> coming up, we investigate a costly crime. >> tens of millions gone, like that. >> see what was caught on camera and how it might affect your bottom line ever
at hamilton avenue. investigators are not releasing any details between the time of the day care and the bus stop except that the child was not hurt. they are looking for a silver ford explorer. 828-m506 is the license plate number. the child care center is located in a house on a narrow, secluded street. the owner did come to the door and expressed relief that the child was found. >> i was very happy to know that the child was safe. it is a little unnerving to know they still have not caught him. to know that someone was walking down the street -- very upsetting. >> i just hope they catch the person. >> police do not have a description of the suspect. anyone with information should call police right away. >> investigators now know what started a house fire that claimed the lives of a woman and her grandchildren. combustible materials ignited, destroying the home on denwood avenue. combustible materials can include clothing and bedspreads. and arsonist has pleaded guilty to a number of fires. he confessed to starting seven fires including one at the sears store and another at the lord and ta
stop a few blocks from the home day care. this happened near hamilton avenue appeared there are no details about what happened between the day care and the bus stop. they are looking for a cell for ford explorer. the day care owner is believed the child was found safe. >> i was very happy to note that the child was safe. it is a little unnerving to know they still have not called him. to know that someone was walking down the street. very upsetting. >> i just hope they catch the person. >> police do not have a description of a suspect. anyone with information is asked to call baltimore city police. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police arrest two men wanted in connection with at least 11 violent crimes. william campbell and kenyon waller targeted women that were waiting at bus stops. both suspects are being held without bail. >> there was a carbon monoxide leak in north baltimore. people were found inside the home around 8:00 p.m. complaining of headaches. the victims should recover. a new casino is scheduled to open in 2014. caesars is changing the style of
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